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    Stuffed Cabbage Soup

    Napa or Nappa cabbage is a kind of Chinese cabbage widely used in Asian cuisine. It is the cabbage that is used for making Kim Chi. Napa cabbage grows into an oblong shape with large, crinkly light green leaves on the outer layers. The leaves will gradually become a light yellow colour in the inner layers.  The large surface area of each layer makes the vegetable a great choice for wrapping meat. The leaves has a sweet and somewhat celery like flavour, which makes it very palatable. The thick white part of the leaf remains crunchy after cooking, adding texture to the dish. Some nutritional facts about Napa Cabbage: Incredibly low in calories Packed with anti-oxidant Excellent source of folates & Vitamin C Contains many essential vitamins and minerals Personally, I love using cabbage in soup because it lends a little natural sweetness to balance the saltiness of the soup. Usually, I would make cabbage wraps with a steamer and sauce over method. However, I was craving for some boiling hot soup and cabbage wraps at the same time. So, I dropped the cabbage wraps in the broth to cook, and killed 2 birds with 1 stone. The girls and husband was […]

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    Ratatouille

    This gorgeous dish that originated in Nice. Ratatouille is a traditional French recipe and is also known as stewed vegetables. If you find the name familiar, it is because it’s the same of a…

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    Soy Braised Beancurd Pot

    Whenever the husband goes out to town, I go a little soy-crazy. I love my soy products. Silky tofu, firm tofu, egg tofu, tau pok, tau kee, tau huay, soy milk……